A man goes to the Blue Bulls Rugby ticket office and inquires about purchasing tickets for the final. The ticket teller replies that there weren’t any tickets for sale because the Blue Bulls did not make it to the finals.
The following day the same man goes to the Blue Bulls ticket office and inquires about purchasing tickets. The ticket teller politely replies that there weren’t any tickets for sale because the Blue Bulls did not make it to the finals.
This goes on for an entire week. The man goes to the Blue Bulls ticket office inquiring about tickets for the final and the teller says none are for sale because the Blue Bulls did not make it to the finals.
Another week of this goes by and the man still is asking the ticket teller about tickets to watch the Blue Bulls. Finally the ticket teller in a loud voice says, “I’VE TOLD YOU FOR THE LAST 2 WEEKS THERE WERE NOT ANY TICKETS AVAILABLE BECAUSE THE BLUE BULLS DID NOT MAKE THE FINAL.”
The man replied, “I know. I drive all the way from Johannesburg every day just to hear you say that!”
An elderly lady came to see a young male doctor with her husband. After the consultation was finished, the elderly man suddenly asked the doctor for a piece of paper and a pen. Although a strange request, he complied, and the man quickly wrote something, then handed the folded piece of paper to the doctor. He told him to read it as soon as they had left.
The doctor thought that the man perhaps had an embarrassing medical complaint he didn’t want to talk about in front of his wife, so the doctor didn’t hesitate in obeying the request. Once the couple had left the room, the doctor sat down and read the piece of paper. Its contents were thus:
“Your fly is undone.”
Ronnie goes down to the barber shop. He gets his hair cut and then he is getting a shave. After being nicked by the barber several times Ronnie says, “Hey buddy, have you got an extra razor?”
The barber replies “Well yes sir I do, would you prefer shaving yourself?”
Ronnie said, “Well not exactly but I thought I could defend myself.”